Thomas begins with a brief introduction, and then goes over the goals of the course and what will be covered. You’ll then get a quick overview of MASCHINE’s sequencer interface, including the difference between patterns and scenes, as well as their functions.
Next, you’ll see how to sequence rhythmic patterns on the MK3 controller and edit note values in the sequencer via the menus, and screens on the controller hardware.
Advance drum programing is then shown, including how to add subtle variation to patterns with velocity automation, swing, and how to sequence “off the note grid” to create a more natural feel and or shuffle groove.
Thomas then reveals how to program melodic elements on the MK3 controller, as well as how to setup and adjust scales and chords on the hardware, plus how to enter in pitch automation to make for a more exciting lead pattern.
Then go deeper and learn how MASCHINE’s pad shift functions can be used to modify patterns in the sequencer, as well as how to automate instruments and effects with the MK3 hardware for complete sonic control.
Wrapping it up, Thomas puts everything you’ve learnt in the series into a creative video, showing how to program parts quickly and easily, but most of all, interestingly!
If you have Native Instrument’s MASCHINE MK3, knowing your way around the note sequencer is a must. Get comfortable with sequencing MIDI data on MASCHINE, speed up your workflow, and produce and write songs quicker… Watch “MASCHINE MK3: Advanced Note Sequencing” today.
Tyler starts off by welcoming you and then gives you an overview of the synth as well as a history lesson on it. Then it’s off to the races with explanations and demonstrations of its powerful oscillator section, filters and amplifier area, and deep modulation and LFO parameters.
Many people don’t know that this virtual recreation is packed with extras the original never had, such as a deep Arpeggiator and Step Sequencer, and endless Multi FX options to take the already beautiful sounds even farther down the road to sonic bliss. Learn all about these features and how to use them, including a detailed tutorial on preset management and browsing, so you can save and recall your custom presets with ease.
Wrapping it up Tyler gives you 3 separate tutorials on sound design that show how to create a Bass, Lead and Pad patch from scratch using everything you learned so far, plus a few extra golden nuggets on MIDI assignments, before sending you off to make some of the coolest sounds in the universe with the Jup-8 V!
See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you are thinking about getting Arturia’s Jup-8 V or already own it, this series will take you step by step from the beginning to designing your own patches in no time… Watch “Arturia Jup-8 V Explained®” today!
This is a course for you if you love musical theatre and also want a robust singing course that will stretch you beyond your current vocal capabilities. As well as being focused on music theatre, this course is a bootcamp for all vocalists.
We will look at the singing techniques needed to hit the high notes from the major epochs of musical theatre, including music hall and operetta, Tin Pan Alley and early jazz show tunes (Gershwin, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin etc), classic Broadway music theatre (Rogers and Hammerstein, Kern, Rogers and Hart etc), 70s & 80s music theatre (Andrew Lloyd Webber, Boublil and Schönberg etc) and contemporary music theatre (Schwartz, Menken etc).
In each section, there is a brief introduction to the era and its composers plus an explanation of how the singing techniques of each era developed. We then dive into practical, technical exercises to help you master those techniques. We will look at vocal skills such as:
•Mastering voice qualities to make the right sound for each show and character discussed
•Dealing with the break in the passagio
•Intercostal lateral breathing (required in music theatre exams)
The course will help you to ace musical theatre auditions and exams, help improve your vocal skills in a demanding and competitive field of singing and enhance your overall knowledge of music theatre in a way that will impress an examiner/audition panel. We will also have fun!
Recording and editing audio with any DAW can be complex, and Pro Tools is no different. There are so many tools and features you need to master to do it right. In this course, Pro Tools expert Joe Albano, covers everything you need to know to record and edit audio like a “pro”… with Pro Tools!
After giving you a brief background on digital audio recording, Joe introduces you to Pro Tools’ interface. Step by step, you learn how to set up your session for recording, how to use various recording techniques (including capturing multiple takes, loop recording, punching...), and how to import and manage your audio files. Once you have captured that perfect take, you’re ready to edit! Joe explains the difference between all the editing modes and reveals everything about the powerful editing tools and features available in Pro Tools. You also learn about comping, using fades, crossfades, essential keyboard shortcuts and more.
So if you want to get your Pro Tools recording and editing chops up to speed, hit the “Watch Now” button and learn with audio expert Joe Albano!
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